Kenwood is another well-recognized manufacturer, and it has brought this model to the market, although it’s a bit more expensive than typical midrange stereos.
The first thing that stands out is the fact this model comes equipped with a HD radio receiver (in addition to standard FM & AM). If you like radio then consider checking out this model because HD radio is such a step up from the standard bands in terms of audio quality.
In addition to that we have a well-designed and user-friendly interface, and the model is bundled with preloaded iPod, iPhone and Android controls so you can easily sync your devices and control them through the stereo. There is also a USB for physical synching, and the port is strong enough to charge devices that are plugged in.
The only downside is that the interface can be a little sluggish, often with a bit of a delay between pressing an option on the screen and seeing the command carried out. That could well be patched in a future software release however, and until then it’s a pretty minor complaint for an otherwise very good stereo.